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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. 1901.
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SAVE YOUR PHOTOS.
The process of binding pic
tures under glass is made so
simple by the introduction 0.
the Gummed Binding Paper
that anyone can do it.
It will afford a pleasant even
ing's occupation and save your
photos from ruin, to get what
you require at KING BROS,
and do the work yourself.
Full stock in any shade.
Sail and see us before buying
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monu
mental Co., Ltd. -
f EL. 8 MAIN.
.76 KINO ST.
AND LET LIVE
Our Territorial Treasury It Empty,
Buelnelt Is dull ani many workmen
are unemployed. Some reofle don't
notice a little thine like thli, but there
are others with H ftmllles to support
to hom this Is a harjihlp. For the
present the I t I I I I I I
NEW ENGLAED BAKERY
hat decided to Rive thirty large
round loaves for one dollar
cash In tickets, which can M
piocured at the store cr from the
drivers. Our popular to cent
light breakfast teems to pleas
everybody JotfElnr from the crowds.
Big packages Ham Sandwiches with
Pie, Douihnutr, Etc., for Working
Men, Clerks, Etc., ISC only.
' J. OSWALD LUTTED,
DOORS OPEN 5:30
A.M. TILL it PM.
Is a. Refrigerating preparation for Iron Roofs, It reduces the
temperature fully 15 degrees and preserves the Iron from
rust, and we guarantee It to last for years. All we ask Is a
trial, we guarantee satisfaction. It Is a3 cheap or cheaper
than any of the so-called Rojf Paints now on the market.
While they make the roof better, " Arabic " will make them
cooler. If you buy the " Arabic " and put it on yourself, if
will cost you about ic per square foot ; if you want us to
furnish "Arabic", labor, etc., it will cost you from iicto
2C per square foot, according to the1 size of roof. We are also
agents for the celebrated Li-juod Slate, a preparation for pre
California Feed Co.
AN EXCELLENT SNOW
WAS GIVEN BY FLYING
JORDANS TUESDAY NIGHT
Everything Went Off Without
Hitch-Each Act Heartily Ap-plauded-Seabury's
Expansion Systems !
The Illustration reflects the operation of
building a stack of sections and Indicates
the practical results of " Expansion."
The busy man should not fail
to investigate this up-to-date
"Wa,ll, INTiolxols Co., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII.
Or totnt other klnJ of Biscuit or Wafer such at
Rents H M
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Jutt received a fresh shipment of the above at
H. MAY & CO.'S, Ltd.
Telephones , 24 and 02. P. O Box 386
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Shriners are welcome t,o visit our
gallery and see the
Is TAROENA FOOD, a pure food
prepared from the taro plant, which
affords the most easily digested
product known to modern science.
Invalids and babies thrive on It.
Is not an artificial food. It Is purely
a natural food, prepared from the
best of laro, and nothing but taro.
The weakest stomach can easily
retain It! G00J for well people,
who call It : : : : s '
There was 'not a kick coming by
anyone at the Flying Jordans show
in the big tent on the drill shod
grounds last night. Every member
was most heartily encored by a large
and delighted audience. From the
time that Seabury performed his re
markablo feat of jumping from the
fO-foot pole to a small tank below un
til the Fl)lng Jordans themselves flew
back nnd forth through the air, the
show was one series of successes, all of
which goes to show that the first
night's unfortunate failure was due
alone to the Imperfect v.ork of the ar
tisans, not the artists.
An Immense crowd thronged the
streets and tbe space Immediately sur
rounding Seabttry's diving tnnk as
early as 7 o'clock last night, waiting
for the appearance of the man who was
to make the Jump. Promptly at 7:30
o'clock, Seabury In pink tights, was
hoisted to his stand on the pole. Af
ter n few minutes spent In making his
calculations, the plucky little nthlcto
placed hU toes on the end of the plat
form, facing the pole und, letting go
turned gracefully In the air and fell In
to tho tank with a groat splash and
amid tho plaudits of the great .crowd.
It was all done so easily and grace
fully that the people did not fully
realize what n feat had been performed
until Seabury struck 'he water.
It was 8:30 o'clock before the show
Inside tfc tent began. Sharp's orches
tra played a selection or two and then
Miss Nellie Jordan sang and danced,
rerehlng encore after encore. By-
nionds, In his black face act was lrrls
tnbly funny nnd It was a full fifteen
minutes before the audience would al
low'hlm to disappear from the stage.
Holdsworth's high tenor In songs of
war nnd loe, produced one of tho most
delightful Impressions of the evening.
Miss Agnes Filed, the California so
prano, sang "Jamie, Jomio dear" and
responded to an cncoie. "The "Three
O'clock Train, alias the Ohoct In the
Pawnshop," by Symonds nnd Hold'
worth, was a slde'-plltter from start
to finish and the thrco Jordans In thn
final act on tho trapeze were wonderful.
Every part of their act was heartily
applauded. The Cavllls were unabto to
appear, having been unable to procure
rufflclcntlyV thick plate glass for'the
front of their tank.
Mlc. Atlantis In her fire 'and ser
pentine dance nnd Inter on In he)
plastlque poses. Is worth the price of
admission to the whole show. She Is
certainly an artist In her line and her
grace of action Is Intensified by her
faultless figure. Her file dance pleas-
ad but her last performance. In which
at each opening and closing of the
folds of her velvet cloak, she discloses
various colored pictures and effects
thrown upon her through the agency of
a strong llmo light, was perhaps tho
more effective. In her first act. Mile.
Atlantis. showed herself an athlete as
well as a dancer for sh'j stood for fully
twelve minutes on a wooden sphere,
piloting herself at will to one sldo of
the stage or tho other, keeping perfect
time to the music with both hands nnd
The Dying Jordans' show Is well
worth eery word of praise that can be
said for it and, to those who saw last,
nights performance, the price of ad
mission seems low.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Dr. E. M. Hutchinson, the dentist,
has returned from Kauai.
Takl a ride on the electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Fare S cents.
Where Is the Mint Saloon? On Nuu
ami, opposite Chaplain Lane.
Completely renovated and still sell
ing Rainier Beer, Pantheon Saloon.
A new seven room house Is for rent
cheap. See To Let column on page 8.
Nicely furnished rooms. Popular
House, 1219 Fort St., $1.60 per week up.
J. E. Gomes, successor to Camara &
Co., liquor dealers, now nt 35 King St.
Live and let live. See about It in tho
ad of the New England Bakery on page
The Marlon Chllcott sails today for
San Francisco with a full load of su
gar. The steamer Nlihau arrived this
morning with 6800 bags of Makawcll
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
The ship CJeorgc Curtis will sail to
day for San Francisco with a full load
Capt. A, L. Sotilo, the local horse
man, left tor Hllo In yesterday's Klnau
to attend the races.
Tho Misses Zlcglcr rjae let a con
tract for the erection of a coitagc on
the College Hills tract.
V. H. Poulsen, PAINTING AND PA
PERHANQlNa, King, dpp. Kawatahao
Church. Tel. Whlto 3112.
The Fire Claims Commission Is con
sidering claim No. 8 today. Tho plain
tiff Is II. Tlchl, a Japanese, nnd tint
amount of his bill Is 111S8.10.
Mrs. Mabel Wing Castle and daugh
ter Elinor arrived today by tho Sono
ma. They hao been absent from no
oolulil for the past two years.
Captain C. C. Morso of the ship Fort
George who was taken 111 suddenly yes
terday Is much better today. He is un
der tho care of Dr. C. II. Cooper.
Abstracts of title, to tho lands at
Pearl Harbor, selected tor condemna
tion by tho United States nrc being
prepared, and tho condemnation pro
ceedings will go forward at once.
Mrs. Charles J, Deerlng, who has
been a guest nt the homo of her pa
rents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. M. Estce for tho
last two months, sailed lu tho Sierra
today for her homo in San Francisco.
The class of 1901 of the Knmehamchn
Manual school hns extended a cordial
Invitation to tho mcmbeis of the Matlo
lllmn Club to tnelr commencement ex
erclscs, Thursday ccnlng, Juno 27, nt
8 o clock.
Frank E. Nichols of Wall, Nichols
Co., left in the Sierra today for his an
nual purchnslng trip for holiday goods.
Mr. Nichols says ho has some great
surprises for tbe Honolulu people. In
the way of holiday gifts..
If you want any of tne exquisite col
or work or those pretty tApa albums
that are now offered by the HONOLU
LU PHOTO SUPPLY CO., you had best
get In your order early as the supply
docs not nearly equal the demand.
Mrs. Annls Montague Turner left
for the Coast in the Sierra today. It
Ik Mrs. Turner's Intention to stay on
tho Mainland about two months. At
tho expiration of that time her many
friends will glvo her a hearty welrotno
G. II. McClellan. president of the Be
search Club, says that that society will
not take charge of the program for
tho Fourth of July celebration, as had
been suggested by nrlous people. The
club would hao willingly undertaken
to direct tho ortlcr of the day. had the
matter been turned over, to them
earlier and by the public. At auy rate,
Mc McClellan says It Is now ton l.ito
to do anything for the day.
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CROP OF NUWCANDIDATEH.
New York, June U. A special to
the Tribune from Washington says:
President McKlnley's sharp and cf
fectho check to all third-term talkma
turally had stimulated Interest in the
subject of his successor, Washington
tonight Is full of gossip about tho next
Republican standard bearer. Tho only
avowed candidate In the field Is Sena'
tor I'alrliinks of Indiana, of whose
"boom" much Is heard, but little au
thoritatively Is known.
New York Is supposed to have two
probable candidates In Roosevelt nnd
Odcll. Ohio bas three posslblo candi
dates In Forakcr and Hanna and Judgo
William E. Taft, now chairman of tho
Philippine Commission. Senator John
C. Spooner of Wisconsin frequently Is
spoken of by strong men among his
colleagues In tho Senate as offering
One Presidential material, and only a
few days ago Senator Mason of Illi
nois launched a boom for his colleague,
Senator Shelby M. Cullnm.
Two New England Senators also arc
often mentioned as not unlikely candi
datesPlat, of Connecticut and Lodge
nt Massachusetts. This about exhausts
the list of availabilities at this time,
though It Is expected that tho crop of
candidates will grow rapidly from now
"I wish to ask you one) question,"
said the Sweet Young Thing.
"Go ahead." answered jtlo Savage
Bachelor. "Being a woman, of course
your question Is something personal,"
"What I want to know Is this: Aro
you so mean because jou ore a bach
elor, or aro you u bachelor because, you
nro so mean!" Indianapolis Picss.
Mr. Slimpurse People tay that a
young couple, can get along very nicely
nowadays on a small Income It the er
wife Is of a practical turn of mind.
sweet uiri un, im rcai., practical.
My favorite piano piece Is'iin Imitation
of the spinning wheel. New York
The Right Shoe
In the Right Place
At the Right Time
Is our GYMNASIUM OXFORD,
both In Ladles' and Men's.
The established regulation shoe
In all Athletic Clubs, light, easy
and veiy springy : : : i :
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Regular Value Si 00.
Fifty Dozen on Sale.
Special at 65c.
See Window Display.
BOY'S MOTHER'S FRIEND
Just opened a large stock
in all sizes, hundred nnd
unl.uindred, choice pat
terns, guaranteed fast
colors. We are offering
great values in that line,
call and be convneed.
BOY'S WASH HATS
In White Canvas and
A Kliaiki, from 25c and
UP ' s ' : :
BOY'S ' CAPS
in Crash, P. K. and
Cloth, over 20 styles to
select from, g pedal
at -15c : : : :
Pacific Import Co;, Ltd.
CLIINTOIN J. HUTCHINS,
afc 13. U ou IF
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANfli
Honolulu, June 26, 190 r.
NAME OF STOCK
C. Brtwer AComrifiy..
NS 5chtDO.Co, Lt4
L.Ue Rtff a -0 Lid
Ew PlintitlonCo ..
nainnti rianiauun u
Hiiiiin i,oin at mi uo.
Hatwillif. Suiur Co ....
Hononu Suiir Co ...a
HinokiA Sugar Co
nt'Ku aura 1.0,.,....
Kahuku Plantation Co..
KlhtlP.Co.LtJ M up
Kliahutu Sujtf Co,,,.
Knna Surar Co . at....
uinu surir Lo. to.s.t
OokaO Sugar Plan. Co
Olaa bu.Co.. LtJ., att
Olowalu Company,... .
raaunau au. Kian. io.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantat'on Co
Ptpttkao Sugar Co
Walatua Acr. Co, at
vraiaiia v.umpany ...
Watluku Sugar Co
mieritiana a team ri V-o
Hawaiian fclftile Cn i
non, strain Liunary
Mutual Tterhon Co
Oihu UvA LanJ Co.
Profit's let & R I g Co
Flfit National Rank .
Hawaiian Gov ft percent
HawaMan Gov, $ ptr cen
H1I0R. R.Co. 6 percent
Hon. apll Tnnlt..,M
Ewa Plantat n 6 rcr rem
Oahu R At LanJ Co. pr
(Jatiu Plantation 6pc
Olaa Plantation 6 pc.
Walalua Agrkul 6pc .
t,f JO oor
a j 1, 000
t )4 ran
SALE wO'ka'a i?.or.
WILLARD E. BiOWN,
Halstead & Co;;
on Sugar Securities
407 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock andbuuii Broker
kember of Honolulu Stock Bichaagi
Orders tor the purchase or sale of stocks
ana t on ds carefully and promptly executed.
Elmer E. Paxton
full power of attorney.
my temporary absence Mr.
will act tor me uodsr
Ground Floor, JudJ Building.
Postoffice Box 390, Telephone 169.
This Is a first-class table butter
and Is guaranteed so or money
We are now taking orders far this
butter, which we will retail hoe
In three weeks at the low price ol
3$ cents per lb. No order taker,
for less than to lbs : : : : 1
Hazelwood Cream Co., or "
BY ITS AGCN'TS
JUDD & CO.
30T STANGENWALD BLDG.,
P. O Box C67, Honolulu, T.H.
McllNBRIW BLOCK. PORT ST.
W. Aistil Whitiag,
W. J. Robiisn,
Removed to Room 306, Judd Building
TEL. MAIN I,;.
OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE
CORNER KING AND
CALIFORNIA AND ISLAND FRUITS
ICB K0U8B G00D8
Received by Every Steamer.
PACIFIC CARRIAGE CO.
Comer Hotel and Union Sts.
lJl-to-dfite llncks and
AT ALL HOUPS.
HARRY DOBSON, Manager.
Last year Gcnernor Oage and a party
of friends drove through tho big red
wood tree's with a man at tho erlns who
Is a fixture In that vicinity, and as gar
rulous and ready to nnsner questions
as the most cheerful of his Ilk.
"About how old do you suppose that
tree Is?" asked one of tho party, a vis
Itlng New Yorker,
"We reckon that there tree's Just one
thousand yeais old," readily responded
'Here, John," drawled Governor
Gage, "bo exact: that tiee Is ono thou
sand and eleven years old."
"Well, I'll be blowert," gasped tho
driver; "how do you know It, Govern
or?" "I was hero Just eloen yeois ago,
and you told mo then It was one thou
sand ears old. So It must bo ono thou
sand and e!een now," answered Cali
fornia's chief executUe. San Kron
cisco News Letter,
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